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First, What Really Matters

I am very fortunate to have a professional position which I thoroughly enjoy. Really, not that many people get to have a job that they are really passionate about.

Over time, I expect that this blog will be filled with postings about Eclipse and its various developments. That’s what I do, and that’s my main purpose in writing here.

But I thought that it might be fun to start off my blog talking about the other thing that I am truly passionate about. (Well, OK, my family is truly #1, but that’s a given.)

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Welcome to my

Welcome to my first ever web log. This is where I plan on documenting some of my thoughts and experiences as the Executive Director of the Eclipse Foundation.

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Ian Skerrett's picture

Is Sun creating FUD?

Have you noticed that ever since EclipseCon, Sun has turned up the noise and FUD level with respect to Eclipse. I am disappointed that Sun is taking the low road but it seems they are a bit panicked about some of the success Eclipse is enjoying. I am a big believer in positive marketing. Talk about the good things of a product or community and people will listen. People just tend to turn-off the negative messages.

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Eclipse Based Products – More than you may know

When I first started at Eclipse, I was truly surprised of the number of products that are based on Eclipse. Most people know about IBM’s commitment and use of Eclipse in their Websphere Studio products. However a lot of people, including myself, might no know that there are many more companies that have based their development tools on Eclipse. And the really surprising thing is that a LOT are not even Java based tools.

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Welcome to my new blog

Welcome to my new blog. I am the Director of Marketing for the Eclipse Foundation. I hope to use this blog to highlight some of the wonderful products, success and activities in the Eclipse ecosystem. I also hope to hear from people using Eclipse and get feedback on how the Eclipse Foundation can do a better job communicating to the community.

Stay tune.

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